How to use server to server conversion tracking

server to server conversions

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailA “thank you page” is the first page to appear after a conversion has taken place on a website and it’s where you would usually place a snippet of ClickMeter conversion code – or conversion pixel – so that when a customer reaches this page, their conversion is tracked. But sometimes you won’t own or…

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Can You Trust The Numbers?

Can You Trust The Numbers - ClickMeter Blog

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemail  In the world of digital marketing, every ad tech service provides their users one form of analytics or another.  Either through their dashboard, their interface or upon request these platforms provide their users’ evidence that their services are performing, providing value and delivering on what they promised. There is an inherent conflict of interest…

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How to Track Clicks and conversions on Kijiji

kijiji track clicks conversions

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailKijiji is a popular site that can sell your products and services. Being available globally, It gives you an opportunity to expose your business to a wide audience. Kijiji has a good FAQ section to answer any questions a person may have on how to use their process. It even provides videos in some sections…

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ClickMeter video tutorials now available!

ClickMeter video tutorials

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailClickMeter user experience is based on simplicity. That said, I understand not all marketers have the same knowledge and learning time. Therefore we decided to produce a complete series of tools and contents to let our customers learn how to have the most from ClickMeter. The new platform is full of tooltips and the support…

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Different click types: Unique, not unique, spiders…

click types

LinkedinTwitterFacebookRedditStumbleUponDiggemailWhat are the differences between the click types? It is the question we just received in our support email from Jenetra. In CM there are four types of clicks: Uniques:
 “Made from a real users” – these clicks represents the number of visitors who clicked on a tracking link or visited a webpage. We check…

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